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la·bra

(lā'bră),
Plural of labrum.
[L.]
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labra

(lā′brə)
n.
Plural of labrum.
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labrum

(lā′brŭm) ('bră) plural.labra [L. labrum, lip]
A lip or a liplike structure.
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(21) For example, the character Jelloul Labras, a former combatant, notes that for the Algerian inhabitants there was little difference between the colonizer's domination and the threat of the FLN: "plus ca bardait dans les maquis et moins on savait ou don-ner de la tete.
By including the character of Jelloul Labras, who aligned himself with the French forces during the war, the narrative effectively attributes this community with a voice, one that is able to respond to this negative characterization, demonstrating both the varied and apolitical nature of its association with the French.
La dureza de la piedra determina, por ejemplo, el tipo de herramientas que se pueden utilizar en su desbaste y labra, asi como el desgaste de las mismas.
Carilda Oliver Labra (Cuba, 1922-) inicio su exitosa y larga carrera en las letras cubanas en 1949 con la publicacion de su segundo libro, el poemario Al sur de mi garganta, galardonado en 1950 con el prestigioso Premio Nacional de Poesia.
Este ejemplar hallado en Leon, realizado con piedra de las canteras de Espejon (Burgos, Castilla y Leon), y con toda seguridad relacionado con las termas legionarias, viene a completar el mapa de dispersion de este tipo de elementos en el ambito de la antigua Hispania, permitiendo asimismo reflexionar sobre aspectos productivos y funcionales relativos a los labra.